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Mattermost Post

by rubberneck ST3

Posts selected text from Sublime Text to Mattermost

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Sublime Mattermost Post

Posts selected text from Sublime Text 3 to Mattermost

Install

Use Package Control

Usage

Select some text (multi select works as well) then right click “Mattermost Post”, ctrl+shift+p “Mattermost Post” or setup a keybinding and use that.

Settings

All settings execpt for syntax_map are required.

You can use ctrl+shift+p then “Preferences: Mattermost Post”

Example

{
    "url": "mm.example.com",
    "team": "example",
    "channel": "mmpost",
    "pat": "",
    "post_fileinfo": true,
    "max_lines": 25,
    "syntax_map": {
        "Packages/C#/C#.sublime-syntax": "cs",
        "Packages/C++/C++.sublime-syntax": "cpp",
        "Packages/Objective-C/Objective-C.sublime-syntax": "objectivec",
    }
}

Settings - team

This is the team part of the url NOT the team name.

For example the team name “Example Team” would have a team url of “example-team”.

Settings - channel

This is the channel part of the url NOT the channel name.

For example the channel name “Town Square” would have a channel url of “town-square”.

Settings - pat

This is a Personal Access Token

Settings - post_fileinfo

This will send the relative_path+filename and the line numbers.

Filename: test-data/test.py
Linenumbers: 12 - 13

Settings - syntax_map

Since sublime returns a file for view.settings().get('syntax') the syntax is based on that file name.

self.view.settings().get('syntax').split("/")[-1].rsplit(".")[0].split(" ")[0].lower()

However this is not always correct for example. Packages/PackageDev/Package/Sublime Text Settings/Sublime Text Settings.sublime-syntax returns sublime since it is the first word of the filename part.

To create your own syntax_map

Get current sublime text syntax of view bring up the console “ctrl-”

view.settings().get('syntax')

Then use one of the “Supported languages” from the Mattermost Code Block for syntax highliting.

Keybindings

I don't set a default key binding.

You can use ctrl+shift+p then “Preferences: Key Bindings”

Example

[
    { "keys": [""], "command": "mattermost_post",
        "context": [
            { "key": "selection_empty", "operator": "equal", "operand": false }
        ],
    },
]